Healthy eating

4 Signs and Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes

Are you aware of the signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes? Before we get into the signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes, let’s review the specifics of the disease. Type 2 diabetes is known as adult-onset or non-insulin dependent diabetes. There are two different manifestations. The first is when your body first...

Blue from No Cycling: 5 Foods to Boost Your Mood

Do you suffer from depression? Maybe just feeling a little down this winter. It can be difficult to stay emotionally up when the weather is cold, there is limited exposure to the sun, and you haven’t been on your bicycle for weeks. As a result, you can suffer from depression. However, there are several...

Superfoods: 5 Superfoods to Add to Your Diet

Superfoods to add to your diet for your health. Would it be simple to improve your overall health? With so much information on the internet, it can be hard to determine which foods are the best for you to eat every day. However, there are several different types of foods that would be good...

Aspartame – A Hidden Schedule II Narcotic

What? That can’t be right, you are likely thinking.It is.The methanol in aspartame affects the dopamine system of the brain causing addiction. Methanol, or wood alcohol, is classified as a severe metabolic poison.Aspartame is a dipeptide molecule produced by joining phenylalanine and aspartic acid. Aspartame itself does not occur naturally but is a manufactured...

Is There a Difference Between European Bread & American Bread?

Maybe you once struggled with joint and muscle pain, or perhaps chronic bloating or diarrhea. Perhaps you used to feel fatigued all the time. Everybody you knew was talking about going “gluten free,” and said how much better they felt when they did. But you hesitated—after all, bread is delicious! Could you really go the rest...

12 cycling nutrition ‘truths’, analyzed

1. Carbs make you fat Fiction! “On the contrary,” says Carly Tierney, nutritionist with DW Fitness. “Eating a diet packed with the right kind of carbs is the secret to getting and staying slim. The key thing is to choose the right types. Think less about reaching for crisps, white bread and pasta and opt for...

Why Every Cyclist Needs MCT Oil In Their Routine

MCT Oil - the most underrated supplement Shedding body fat and getting ripped takes determination, willpower and discipline. People are always looking for that ‘miracle supplement’, or ‘silver bullet’ to make it easier. Truth be told, nothing will make it easy. You are still going to have to work your butt off. However, there are a few...

Fantastic Fish: 8 Benefits of Sardines (& How to Make Them Taste Great)

Let me guess, you are one of two kinds of people when it comes to sardines:You love them and eat them regularly or you can’t stand them and don’t even know why you are reading a post about themStatistically, it’s likely you are in the latter group, as 73% of people claim to...

The Ketogenic Diet Boosts Fat Loss & Fights Disease

A 2014 review published in the International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health  states “One of the most studied strategies in the recent years for weight loss is the ketogenic diet. Many studies have shown that this kind of nutritional approach has a solid physiological and biochemical basis and is able to induce effective...

Rest & Recovery Tips for Cyclists

It is no surprise that scientists have been trying for decades to improve the process of recovery and reduce the soreness, injury and fatigue that result from training. Yet wading through the different research that has been produced can be baffling, contradictory and can lead to you making wrong decisions about your own training...
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